Blue-dyed Black Codile

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Tanner: Fujitoyo Kogyo Co., Ltd [Sumida-Japan]

Blue-dyed Black Codile

Ironic Leather

Tanner: Fujitoyo Kogyo Co., Ltd [Sumida-Japan]

Frenchof Kaff

Ironic Leather

Tanner: Peringer Germany (leather rug)
Weinheimer [Germany] (Bag)

Frenchof Kaff

Ironic Leather

Tanner: Peringer Germany (leather rug)
Weinheimer [Germany] (Bag)

Blue-dyed Black Codile

Ironic Leather

Tanner: Fujitoyo Kogyo Co., Ltd [Sumida-Japan]

Among the crocodiles, the well-balanced scales and quality leather states are highly valued in the world, with a very high rating of nylcrocodiles.
Because of the small size, the number of items that can be obtained is only too small.
A long wallet can only be produced by creating a single piece of 'chrome' for a long time, and it is just a sigh of beauty.

The rare crococodile is dyed with its own dyeing technique and dyeing with blue-chrome-chrome-chrome-dyed blue-dyed black codiles.
Hitottsu no Hitotsu no Iki (scales) have a facial expression, and their shadows are no longer in the arts.
I've had many years of trial and error, and I have attracted a lot of "leather likes" in the texture, which has been created and created by the excellent Japanese technology.

There are about 20 tuners in the world that have the technology to do crocodiles' tannas.There are six shrines in Japan.You can see how rare it is to compare it to the tanners of the cow, which is said to be tens of thousands of companies around the world.

This is why the world's number of chlorodieltaners is low.
Anyway, it takes time and time.

There is a major difference in the process of tanned, with the limited number of annual transactions being limited in terms of animal protection and the fact that it takes years for the cultured itself.
It takes a few weeks before the hard scales that cover the body can be machined, and 3 months of work is required before a single chrocodile completes the entire process.

The stain is a process that requires a high technique that is not allowed to go insane as it is dyed out of the completely dried condition after the dyeing is tanned. This blue-dyed crocodile, in particular, was a natural dye, and therefore made it difficult to do so.The temperature and humidity and various conditions of the climate are checked every day, and the dye is fine-tuned.
the overwhelming knowledge of the tanners and the highest level of the regaler, which was made by the enthusiasm of the artisans.

Lam dyed crocodiles with a beautiful pattern of spots (patterned) beautifully, depending on the process of tanning that takes a long time and the finishing process that requires a skilled technique.The color is deep, and the difference in the change of the year by the concave convex is given to the color depth.

In addition to the "scarcity of materials" that increase the annual value of "materials," the "advanced dyeing technique" of indigo dyeing, which is not allowed even a few seconds of madness.Crocodile dyeing with a more advanced dyeing method is a dyeing of crocodiles, which is said to be difficult even with.The more the deepening of the deepening and the deepening of the color, the more value of the material, is increasing the value of the material.

It is true that mass production cannot be produced and the number of items that can be produced per year is also limited.
This is an anecdote that is able to enjoy the high level of Japanese technology while feeling the quality of the textatoring material itself.

Among the crocodiles, the well-balanced scales and quality leather states are highly valued in the world, with a very high rating of nylcrocodiles.
Because of the small size, the number of items that can be obtained is only too small.
A long wallet can only be produced by creating a single piece of 'chrome' for a long time, and it is just a sigh of beauty.

The rare crococodile is dyed with its own dyeing technique and dyeing with blue-chrome-chrome-chrome-dyed blue-dyed black codiles.
Hitottsu no Hitotsu no Iki (scales) have a facial expression, and their shadows are no longer in the arts.
I've had many years of trial and error, and I have attracted a lot of "leather likes" in the texture, which has been created and created by the excellent Japanese technology.

There are about 20 tuners in the world that have the technology to do crocodiles' tannas.There are six shrines in Japan.You can see how rare it is to compare it to the tanners of the cow, which is said to be tens of thousands of companies around the world.

This is why the world's number of chlorodieltaners is low.
Anyway, it takes time and time.

There is a major difference in the process of tanned, with the limited number of annual transactions being limited in terms of animal protection and the fact that it takes years for the cultured itself.
It takes a few weeks before the hard scales that cover the body can be machined, and 3 months of work is required before a single chrocodile completes the entire process.

The stain is a process that requires a high technique that is not allowed to go insane as it is dyed out of the completely dried condition after the dyeing is tanned. This blue-dyed crocodile, in particular, was a natural dye, and therefore made it difficult to do so.The temperature and humidity and various conditions of the climate are checked every day, and the dye is fine-tuned.
the overwhelming knowledge of the tanners and the highest level of the regaler, which was made by the enthusiasm of the artisans.

Lam dyed crocodiles with a beautiful pattern of spots (patterned) beautifully, depending on the process of tanning that takes a long time and the finishing process that requires a skilled technique.The color is deep, and the difference in the change of the year by the concave convex is given to the color depth.

In addition to the "scarcity of materials" that increase the annual value of "materials," the "advanced dyeing technique" of indigo dyeing, which is not allowed even a few seconds of madness.The thorough management of quality control, which is said to be a more sophisticated dyeing technique, has been allowed to be used only by a limited number of artisans, and is also adding to its value.

It is true that mass production cannot be produced and the number of items that can be produced per year is also limited.
This is an anecdote that is able to enjoy the high level of Japanese technology while feeling the quality of the textatoring material itself.

HOW TO CARE

Colonyl 1909: Sugar cream of Deluxe is recommended.
In the beginning, after removing the fowl and dirt that is not visible in the brushing, the soft cloth takes a very small amount of cream and is evenly filled with leather products. After the painting, Bushing, with the exception of the extra creamy, is the glave. Please wipe the finish with a leaser grove.Please be careful not to wipe out the oil of leather because it is possible to deprib the leather of oil.
The frequency of care depends on the situation, but please take a look at once a year.

For French calf bags, it is recommended that the Columbia-1909 Spram Protect spray is recommended.
Please drop the hokoli and filthy cloth with a soft cloth or brush.
Please pretend to the container, make the guzzle level horizontally, and take about 20 to 30 cm apart, and spray twice the surface of the surface (Mean 4 seconds 4) to the slightly damp surface.
The frequency of care depends on the situation, but please take a look at once every two to three months.

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NOTE

    • A large amount of water can cause damage to leather.
      If it contains a large amount of water due to rain or so on, dry the dry cloth with a soft cloth and shade the dried fish.
      Please refrain from making dried methods such as dryer, because it leads to the damage to leather.
  • A single sheet of scales (scales) is different depending on the individual differences in the skin.Please enjoy the individuality of leather.
  • Product images have been encouraged to reproduce as much as possible as possible, but depending on your monitor and your personal computer environment, there may be differences in the color of the colors.Please accept.

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